When viewing my work, I want the viewer to ask the following question.
"Is it a painting or is it a photograph?"
Contact us to find out!
All Photographs are available for purchase. Printed as a high-quality Lustre-Coated Print, or, printed on Canvas.
Various sizes are available starting with 16 x 20. Custom and standard sizes.
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Professional Print Labs used for printing final products.
My fascination with photography became a reality at age 11 when I received my first camera. At that early age, I was focused on how I would go about creating and capturing lifetime memories.
Years later, and as I continually learned the many aspects of photography, I attended the New York School of Photography; Bryan Peterson School of Photography, Peters Valley; countless workshops, seminars, and became a member of Northeast Pennsylvania Professional Photographers Association (NEPPA). While a member of NEPPA, I won several awards and served as president of the Association.
My photography career started out with portraits and weddings and later evolved into Fine Art Photography. My primary focus now is Still Life Photography, Landscapes and Flowers.
There is always something new to learn, and I’m regularly striving to move upward as the industry evolves with new equipment, techniques, or perhaps experimenting with my own unique ideas. I especially spend many hours in the “digital darkroom” bringing my creations to life. When my work is being viewed, I want the viewer to ask, “Is it a painting or is it a photograph?” When asked that question, I know my objective was met!
Awards: Blue Ribbon Awards from Northeast Pennsylvania Professional Photographers Association, NPPPA Five Court of Honor Prints Award, Fassbender Trophy Award.
Second Place winner of the 2017 Pocono Living Magazine Landscape photo contest, First Place winner of the 2018 Pocono Living Magazine Historic Structures photo contest. For one year served as President of NPPPA.
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” Elliott Erwitt